36' BHM by Flye Point Marine

Crabman

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The biggest, little boat in the Bay will be going up for sale in May. No particulars yet but sell off the beater and start saving.



The boat is rigged for crab, lobster, clam and tuna. Less than 1000 hours on a new CAT 3208 TA and Twin Disc gear. It can easily be rigged for a green stick fishing and it has all the hydraulics you will ever need installed and running flawlessly. Easy cruise 17 kts. WOT 22 kts. Five guys, gear, 1000#'s of ice, Fire Island Inlet to the 100 square in five hours. Total trip with trolling, 180 gallons of #2 and that ain't shit.

New in the last two years: Furuno 585 with B-260 transducer.
Simrad Autopilot
Garmin 5212
Garmin 24 HD radar
Solas A Liferaft (still current)

This has been my baby. Although it is technically a commercial boat, it supplemented my income and was mainly used for crabbing in the Great South Bay. The boat is in awesome shape. Remove six bolts and the A-frame super structure is off.

Reason for selling, I will be moving and I don't plan to take it with me to Florida. Price will be under $100,000. If you ever wanted to get into some type of sport/commercial fishing, this is the boat.

You don't need a bunch of fluff on a downeast boat to fish comfortable. Three large bunks forward and plenty of cabin room. Don't worry about taking a few extra guys to cover expenses, you will still be able to carry all the ice and gear you need.

120 bushels of clams. That's some weight.
 

BillD

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The biggest, little boat in the Bay will be going up for sale in May. No particulars yet but sell off the beater and start saving.



The boat is rigged for crab, lobster, clam and tuna. Less than 1000 hours on a new CAT 3208 TA and Twin Disc gear. It can easily be rigged for a green stick fishing and it has all the hydraulics you will ever need installed and running flawlessly. Easy cruise 17 kts. WOT 22 kts. Five guys, gear, 1000#'s of ice, Fire Island Inlet to the 100 square in five hours. Total trip with trolling, 180 gallons of #2 and that ain't shit.

New in the last two years: Furuno 585 with B-260 transducer.
Simrad Autopilot
Garmin 5212
Garmin 24 HD radar
Solas A Liferaft (still current)

This has been my baby. Although it is technically a commercial boat, it supplemented my income and was mainly used for crabbing in the Great South Bay. The boat is in awesome shape. Remove six bolts and the A-frame super structure is off.

Reason for selling, I will be moving and I don't plan to take it with me to Florida. Price will be under $100,000. If you ever wanted to get into some type of sport/commercial fishing, this is the boat.

You don't need a bunch of fluff on a downeast boat to fish comfortable. Three large bunks forward and plenty of cabin room. Don't worry about taking a few extra guys to cover expenses, you will still be able to carry all the ice and gear you need.

120 bushels of clams. That's some weight.
Sure would make a good FL boat !
 

Crabman

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Sure would make a good FL boat !
Would make a great FL boat but I'm in a different situation in FL. I have a Contender for near shore fishing such as cobia and a flats skiff for redfish, trout and snook. Long offshore trips will be replaced with a live aboard trawler to visit you guys in the summer.
 

wgbvbrown

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Bhm

I have a 31 foot bhm and am looking for a 36'. Any chance I could get some particulars about your boat. Engine type and HP, hours that sort of thing.
 

Crabman

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More photos will be coming in May. I'm in the process of returning from FL and very busy with the sale of my house and moving.

As for engine particulars, they are in the first post. The engine and transmission have less than 1000 hours since new installation. At that time, the hydraulics were sent out and serviced as well as new universals in the Pitts drive shaft to the electric clutch. Mechanically, this boat is flawless.
 

F/V First Team

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Some additional information for those interested:

Vessel Name: ELIZABETH USCG Doc. No.: 979220 Vessel Service: COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL IMO Number: * Trade Indicator: Fishery Call Sign: WDC6731 Hull Material: FRP (FIBERGLASS) Hull Number: BHH36028G191 Ship Builder: FLYE POINT MARINE, INC. Year Built: 1991

Length (ft.): 35.8 Hailing Port: BAR HARBOR ME Hull Depth (ft.): 7.5 Owner:
Hull Breadth (ft.): 12.7 Gross Tonnage: 22 Net Tonnage: 18 Documentation Issuance Date: January 09, 2012 Documentation Expiration Date: February 28, 2013 Previous Vessel Names: TERRY LEA
Previous Vessel Owners:

Looks like a great boat for someone
 

wgbvbrown

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Questions

What is going on with the boat. Are you still interested in selling?
 
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